The Nioh Collection Announced For PS5, Arrives Next Year (VIDEO)
With the thrilling conclusion of Nioh 2 slated to release this December via the game’s third and final DLC expansion, Team Ninja is turning things up a few notches by announcing The Nioh Collection, which will give fans the perfect opportunity to play through both Nioh games on the PS5.
In a recent PlayStation Blog post, Team Ninja creative director Tom Lee broke down what to expect from The Nioh Collection. Releasing early next year, the collection includes remastered versions of both the original Nioh and Nioh 2. These remasters will include all DLC for both titles.
Thanks to the power of the PS5, both titles will support 4k resolution with up to 120FPS, sporting smoother gameplay and significantly faster load times. The developer has also confirmed that saves will transfer from the PS4 versions of the games. Those that don’t plan on picking up a PS5 in the near future won’t be completely left out, though. Team Ninja has revealed the upcoming February 6, 2021 simultaneous release of these four titles:
- Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 4)
- Nioh 2 Remastered – The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 5)
- Nioh Remastered – The Complete Edition (available on PlayStation 5)
- The Nioh Collection (available on PlayStation 5)
Those that own Nioh 2 – The Complete Edition on PS4 will be able to upgrade to Nioh 2 Remastered – The Complete Edition on PS5 at no additional cost. Additionally, those that own the base Nioh 2 PS4 game can upgrade to Nioh 2 Remastered on PS5 and receive all DLC expansions already owned for the PS4. Those looking for more details regarding the varying Nioh editions can do so right here.
The Nioh Collection is slated to release on February 5, 2021.
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